Learning from COVID

온디맨드 웨비나 | 60 분

Driving a simulation-based culture from product ideation to production

Driving a simulation-based culture from product ideation to production
Driving a simulation-based culture from product ideation to production

Adapting to this new virtual and remote reality is pushing medical device companies to rapidly modernize their processes by embracing digitalization and Industry 4.0 technologies. How can this approach be implemented to virtually drive the design and production processes of a medical ventilator? During this webinar, you will learn how a wide array of technologies can drive the design and production processes of the Medtronic PB560 ventilator.

The following topics will be covered:

  • Applying a Model Based Systems Engineering strategy to efficiently integrate all engineering disciplines and requirements
  • Running System Simulation to quickly assess the ventilator performance across various patient scenarios
  • Visualizing the flow behavior of a disposable part to confirm acceptable patient flow distribution
  • Generating digital evidence to reduce costly physical tests and expedite product development
  • Designing an additive manufacturing part and setting up 3D printing production
  • Implementing process and plant simulation to ensure social distancing

Speakers:

Larry Sampson

Larry Sampson

Senior Director of Medical Device Processes, Siemens Digital Industries Software

With 20-years of operational experience in Medical Device, Larry Sampson knows firsthand how to balance device development agility and regulatory considerations. As a Sr. Director of Medical Device Processes at Siemens, Larry spends his days educating medical device manufacturers on best practices in all aspects of their product lifecycles. Outside the 9-5, Larry enjoys the great outdoors of Colorado with his family.

Alexandra Francois-Saint-Cyr

Alexandra Francois-Saint-Cyr

Portfolio Development Executive for Medical Device, Siemens Digital Industries Software

With over 20 years of simulation experience she is passionate about providing Life Sciences customers ways to design more innovative products faster by leveraging the Siemens simulation and test portfolio, Simcenter. As a contributing member of the ASME V&V40 committee, she is also working on making simulation results become a more acceptable form of digital evidence. Previously, Alexandra was the Application Engineering Manager for the Mentor Mechanical Analysis Division (MAD), leading a team of 12 engineers and delivering detailed simulation and test methodologies to customers across all industries. Alexandra holds an MBA in Entrepreneurship and Innovation from the Worcester Polytechnic Institute (WPI) and a master’s degree in Mechanical Engineering from the University of Central Florida (UCF).